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Science4Fun
Science4Fun

Science4Fun’s goal is to provides interesting content for different science subjects.

Mystery Science: Why are Polar Bears White?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students make observations to construct an explanation of why camouflage is helpful to animals.

Mystery Science: How Many Different Kinds of Animals Are There?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students examine how scientists organize animals into groups based on their characteristics.

National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids has a wealth of content to explore.

Mystery Science: Why Do Frogs Say "Ribbit"?
Mystery Science

This Mystery is a case study in biodiversity using the frogs of North America. In the activity, Who’s Calling?, students learn to identify frogs by their unique calls and investigate which of two locations has a greater variety of frogs.

OdySea Aquarium - Your Oceanic Adventure From Home
OdySea Aquarium

OdySea Aquarium is keeping you updated on what the animals are doing. They are sharing all kinds of educational content for kids (and adults!) who are at home learning, .

Mystery Science: Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tails?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students discover why dogs’ expressions, like tail wagging, are so useful when living in a pack.

Mystery Science: Why Would a Hawk Move to New York City?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students develop their thinking about the predator/prey relationships between living things.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Live Streams
Monterey Bay

With ten live cams to choose from, you can experience the wonder of the ocean no matter where you are.

The Kennedy Center The: Whale Trail
The Kennedy Center

How and where do gray whales migrate and what impediments lie in their way?

Smithsonian National Zoological Park Webcams
Smithsonian National Zoo

Welcome to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s Animal Cams, where you can watch cheetah cubs, naked mole-rats, lions, giant pandas, and elephants!

PBS Kids: Wild Kratts Rescue Run
PBS Kids

The Wild Kratts are to the creature power rescue!